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Cam Robinson | Tackle

Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 310

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Jaguars selected Alabama OT Cam Robinson with the No. 34 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.
The Seahawks traded down for the third time in this draft, nabbing an extra sixth-rounder (No. 187 overall) in exchange for moving down one spot. Robinson (6’6/322) started 43 games in three years with the Crimson Tide, earning the 2016 Outland Trophy as the nation’s top offensive lineman and twice earning the Jacobs Trophy as the SEC’s top blocker. Robinson reminds of fellow ex-Alabama OT Andre Smith as a dominant college lineman whose NFL outlook isn’t as clear. Often compared to disappointing Giants LT Ereck Flowers, Robinson tested as a 35th-percentile athlete in Indy and was flagged for 23 penalties over his final two seasons. All too often a whiffer in pass protection, Robinson is likely best suited for guard or right tackle in the pros. Apr 28 - 7:29 PM

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ESPN's Steve Muench slotted Alabama T Cam Robinson to the Seahawks at No. 34 in his Day 2 mock draft.

The Seahawks need a tackle, and they're in a prime position to stop Robinson's slide with the second pick in Round 2 if inclined to do so. Seattle has also reportedly explored options to trade down again.
Source: ESPN
Apr 28 - 1:55 PM

The Sporting News Eric Galko writes that Alabama T Cam Robinson's "range goes from fourth overall to the Jaguars to a team like the Giants or Texans moving up above the Bucs at No. 19 to get him."

"That said," Galko relays, "if he’s not taken by the Bengals at No. 9, most expect him to go to the Ravens at No. 16." The Ravens connection is one that Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline likewise reported earlier this week.
Apr 27 - 6:59 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline relays that "if [the Ravens] hold onto the 16th selection, [Alabama T] Cam Robinson enters the conversation as the pick."

Robinson is vying with Garrett Bolles (Utah) and Ryan Ramczyk (Wisconsin) for the right to be the first offensive lineman selected in the draft on Thursday. In a flawed position pool, there are arguments that could be made for all three players as best in class. As for other potential interested parties beyond the Ravens, the Jaguars, Texans, 49ers and Giants are among the teams who checked in with Robinson during the process.
Apr 25 - 4:46 PM

One scout told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel that Alabama T Cam Robinson is "very, very erratic."

In a poll of 17 NFL evaluators, Robinson was named the top offensive line prospect in this pool, earning that designation over Utah's Garrett Bolles and Wisconsin's Ryan Ramczyk. That is shiny enough, but his evaluations from personnel men speaking with the Journal-Sentinel were decidedly mixed. "Guy’s been a three-year starter (at LT) in the SEC. You can certainly see the potential," one scout said. Another evaluator was somewhat less enthused, telling the Journal-Sentinel that Robinson "hasn't got better since his freshman year," while another (the above "very, very erratic" scout) noted that the 6-foot-6, 310-pounder committed a "[l]ot of penalties." This is not the sharpest of offensive line classes, but all three of Robinson, Bolles and Ramczyk are potential Day 1 prospects.
Apr 22 - 1:21 PM

In a poll of seventeen NFL evaluators asking who is this year's best offensive linemen, Alabama T Cam Robinson barely edged Garrett Bolles and Ryan Ramczyk

The evaluators were asked to rank their five best offensive linemen, with five points being awarded for a first-place vote. Robinson (59 points, two firsts) beat out Bolles (57, nine) and Ramczyk (53, five) by the narrowest of margins. Nobody was particularly enthused by the OL class, however. "It’s really going down," an AFC personnel man said. "This year is really disappointing." An NFC exec broke down the top three like this: "The first three tackles could start (as rookies) potentially but they’re going to take time. The Alabama guy might be a better right tackle. Bolles is a nutty dude. Ramczyk is quiet and (played at) Stevens Point two years ago. You don’t feel great about any of these guys."
Apr 21 - 2:32 PM

The Jaguars worked out Alabama T Cam Robinson on Wednesday.

Jacksonville previously hosted Robinson on a visit. The Jaguars may be viewing Robinson as a prospect who could potentially fall into their laps at the top of Round 2, depending on how things shake out. Between a gun arrest roughly a year ago and an inconsistent 2016 on the field, Robinson has his critics. Most assume he'll go in Round 1, but some mock drafts have him sliding into the second stanza, an example being Dane Brugler's most recent.
Apr 19 - 5:48 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson worked out for the Texans on Friday and visited with the 49ers over the weekend.

Next up for Robinson is the Carolina Panthers, for whom he will work out on Tuesday. Robinson previously visited the Jacksonville Jaguars, Panthers and Buffalo Bills. Oh, and he has upcoming visits booked with the Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals and New York Giants. Robinson is attempted to fend off Wisconsin's Ryan Ramczyk and Utah's Garett Bolles to be the first tackle picked.
Apr 10 - 7:19 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson will visit the Giants.

The Giants own the No. 23 overall pick in the first round. As Rotoworld's Evan Silva and Josh Norris wrote on Monday, New York's biggest need is along the offensive line. In addition to Robinson, New York figures to be interested in Garett Bolles and Ryan Ramczyk.
Source: SB Nation
Apr 10 - 4:04 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson visited the Jaguars and will travel to the 49ers, Bengals and Broncos, according to Ian Rapoport.

That is three teams in the top 10 and one picking at No. 20. It is difficult to gauge teams' interest in Robinson, who was not entirely consistent in 2016 and missed a bit of time due to suspension. Still, tackles are coveted, and he is widely viewed as one fo the top three prospects in at the position. Some actually project him inside to guard.
Apr 6 - 9:21 AM

The Denver Post's Nicki Jhabvala reports that Alabama T Cam Robinson will visit the Broncos.

As luck would have it, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah recently slotted Robinson to the Broncos at No. 20 overall in his latest mock draft. Denver has already met with the 6-foot-6, 322-pounder at least once during the pre-Draft process, so their interest is very real.
Mar 24 - 3:48 PM

The Ravens rank Alabama's Cam Robinson as the No. 1 OT on their board and are considering drafting him with their first-round pick, according to Walter Football's Charlie Campbell.

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has long loved Alabama prospects, and after losing starting right tackle Ricky Wagner to the Detroit Lions, he's in the market for a bookend across from left tackle of the future Ronnie Stanley. Newsome and company reportedly prefer Robinson to Wisconsin's Ryan Ramczyk and Utah's Garett Bolles.
Mar 22 - 4:28 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson is visiting the Carolina Panthers on Monday.

Robinson is a busy man. Robinson was in Buffalo last week to meet with the Bills, and he'll next head to Jacksonville to confab with the Jaguars. All three teams -- the Panthers, Bills and Jaguars -- have needs along the offensive line. NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah slotted Robinson to the Broncos at No. 20 overall in his latest mock draft. "He's not without faults on tape (he overextends too much and his balance is an issue at times) but he has outstanding size, length and power," Jeremiah wrote.
Mar 20 - 4:00 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson told media members he has a visit scheduled with the Jaguars.

From what we can tell, Jaguars current left tackle Branden Albert has zero guaranteed money left on his contract after the recent trade from the Dolphins. The Jaguars will certainly look for a left tackle sooner than later, even if the Luke Joeckel draft pick and the previous signing of Kelvin Beachum. Robinson has a drive blockers mentality, but could wind up as an early second round selection.
Source: NFL.com
Mar 15 - 11:28 AM

An anonymous NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Alabama T Cam Robinson is "very, very erratic."

He means on the field, but the sentiment stretches to off of it too. "Off the field is a little bit of a question mark, too," the scout said. The on-field evaluation has to do with struggles in pass protection and too many called penalties. The off-field bit has to do with a gun arrest roughly a year ago, the charges of which were eventually dropped. "There’s nothing he can’t do physically," another scout said. "I think someone like (Seattle’s) Tom Cable might say, ‘Hey, I can coach him up.’ They’ll buy into the upside aspect of it."
Mar 13 - 6:03 PM